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Dějiny věd a techniky, No. 1, Vol. XXXIII (2000)

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Pavel DRÁBEK—Jaroslav FOLTA

PRESENT SITUATION AND PROBLEMS IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

(Současný stav a problémy dějin věd a techniky v České republice)

Subtitle of the article—Institutional, organisational, research, publication and program problems—informs nearer about its topic. Outline delivered at the Congress of historians (September 1999) and compiled by the chairman and vice-chairman of the Society for the history of sciences and technology. It deals above all with the development in recent period mapping all main results, and all main deficiencies and failures following not only from the lost of the leading institutional basis (department of the Historical Institute of the Academy of Sciences), and from the lack of the discipline teaching at universities. In the end of the article there is a survey off all mentioned plusses and minusses, and also open queries for the future.


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Ivan JAKUBEC

SYMBIOSIS OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY

(Symbióza dějin věd a techniky a hospodářských a sociálních dějin)

Mutually advantageous coexistence of named branches of historical research comes from the experience and their often common subjects though they are to be studied with regard to different approaches and methods.

Author is a historian by profession, teaching at the Philosophical Faculty of Charles University and dealing more with the latter historical branch. He emphasises the importance of the history of science and technology for study of the history of mankind not only in the last centuries and recognises it as an independent discipline with necessity of special university training. The contribution is closed with belief that it could profit from the recent development in his own branch in the Czech republic.


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Pavel SVITÁK

ON THE HISTORY OF THE CZECH AVIATION

(O problematice historie našeho letectví)

Summary of research in the field informs of institutions and work done; it also stresses small interest of the Czech professional historians. Many different directions are pointed out where research is insufficient and should be targeted compared with the enormous development during the whole century, and closes with results of aviation achieved in the Czech lands.


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Jana MANDLEROVÁ

TECHNOCRATIC TENDENCIES IN THE NÁRODOHOSPODÁŘSKÝ ÚSTAV [NATIONAL-ECONOMIC INSTITUTE] BETWEEN TWO WORLD WARS

(Technokratické tendence v národohospodářském ústavu mezi dvěma světovými válkami)

Author aims to fill out her own studies of the Institute with the help of continuing research of archival documentation, of annual reports of the Institute and its members files. She is interested in its significant members working in the independent Czechoslovakia in many fields—in economy, politics, universities (e.g. Hanus Karlik, Gustav Heidler, Jan Basta, Rudolf Hotowetz or Vladimir List). Their activities and attempts to rationalise state and economic processes in the decisive sphere are described in the framework of their curricula vitae.


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